8 Detroit Pistons that never played a single minute
4. Trevor Ariza
Trevor Ariza had the honor of being a member of the Detroit Pistons for just three days.
He came to Detroit as part of the Isaiah Stewart trade, and at first, it appeared he was a guy who the Pistons could use. He was the type of 3-and-D wing the team had long lacked, and even though his best days were behind him, he could still defend a little and knock down 3-point shots.
He actually played some big minutes for Miami that season, averaging just under 10 per game.
But Detroit traded Ariza in a three-team trade that brought Delon Wright to Detroit. Wright was a much better player than Ariza at that point, but he only suited up 36 times for the Pistons overall.
So the Ariza era in Detroit lasted about as long as it takes to digest a big steak.